FEATURE/Are Taiwan's 'comfort women' destined to fade into history?
12/03/2020 05:28 PM
On November 10 at 5 p.m., Afra turned off the lights in the Ama Museum and those illuminating the signboard outside the historical structure housing it in Taipei for one last time.
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